NatSol composting and waterless toilets are ideally suited to a wide range of applications from garden offices and studios to campsites, busy allotments and public parks. We supply them for remote islands, nature reserves, forestry sites, churches and other sites without mains services.
NatSol offers three waterless toilet systems and a range of building options. We will assist you in deciding on the right model for your site.
The Full Access Composter
With over 500 installations the Full Access Composter (FAC) is the first choice for allotments, churches, golf courses and many other sites with similar levels of use. It is wheelchair accessible and does not need any connections to mains services. It is odour free and there is no freezing risk.
The toilet has a high quality stainless steel pedestal and robust glass reinforced concrete underground chambers.
Urine is diverted to a small soak-away. The toilet has two large chambers producing well rotted compost on an annual cycle.
We have a range of buildings available for this model of toilet. Go to the Full Access Composter page or follow the links on the right.
The Compact Toilet
For lower use applications we developed the Compact. This uses the same high quality stainless steel urine diverting pedestal as the Full Access Composter but has a receptacle below floor level for solids, These are removed weekly or monthly depending on level of use and composted in an outdoor composter.
A vent pipe ensures odour free operation,
It is ideal for a summerhouse or garden studio too remote from the house to connect to mains sewage and it doesn't have a freezing risk.
We do not usually supply buildings for this toilet and it can be harder to set up for disabled access than the FAC above.
Zero Discharge Public Toilet
This model is infrequently emptied by tanker. It could also be very useful on low use sites where a urine discharge isn't permitted, or on sites where a very low maintenance profile is essential. This toilet doesn't compost the solid wastes and tanker access will be required.
The ZD now comes in two types: Types 1 and 2.
NB: Both require emptying by slurry tanker.
Type 1 is a tank and other components suitable for use in a large toilet building where there will be a number of cubicles side by side. The building is likely to be architect designed. Emptying is through hatches to the rear of the building.
Type 2 is for stand alone situations and could be installed with one of our buildings on top. Emptying is by removal of the pedestal.